Contents tagged with Hijab

  • Hijab ban amounts to direct discrimination

    Tags: Race Discrimination, Employment Law, Employment Tribunal, Hijab

    Despite efforts to encourage diversity in the workplace, employers can still get caught out by the equality legislation. This has been demonstrated by the recent decision in Bougnaoui and another v Micropole SA where a ban on an employee wearing her Islamic headscarf (hijab) was deemed to be direct discrimination. 

    Ms Bougnaoui, a Muslim woman who worked for Micropole an operating company in France, was dismissed when she refused to comply with her employers request for the removal of her headscarf when in contact with customers. The request was made following a customer complaint. 

    The court in the first instance, and upon appeal, held that the employers practice was not discriminatory as it was a “genuine and determining occupation requirement”.  … more

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  • Breach Of Contract: What Are Your Options?

    Tags: Breach of Contract, Dispute Resolution, Damages, Loss, Remedy

    It is always important to have the right contract in place for any transaction so that both parties are clear about expectations and obligations. However, no matter how good the relationship between the parties, sometimes disputes occassionally arise if any of the terms of the contract are broken. If you are involved in a contract and the other party fails to live up to their end of the contract, what can you do? One option is to sue them for breach of contract. 

    What Is A Contract?

    A contract is a promise or an agreement between two or more parties that is legally binding. This promise can either be made expressly in writing or implied, which means it was communicated orally or by conduct. A contract arises when an offer is made to one party, which is then accepted by another. … more

    

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